|Author:||Thomas, Lewis, b. 1567 or 8.|
|Title:||Seauen sermons, or, The exercises of seuen sabbaoths. 1 The prophet Dauids arithmeticke. 2 Peters repentance. 3 Christs last supper. 4 Christ combating with Satan. 5 The sea-mans carde. 6 The sinners bath. 7 The forming of Eue the first woman. Together with a short treatise vpon the commaundements.|
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Seauen sermons, or, The exercises of seuen sabbaoths. 1 The prophet Dauids arithmeticke. 2 Peters repentance. 3 Christs last supper. 4 Christ combating with Satan. 5 The sea-mans carde. 6 The sinners bath. 7 The forming of Eue the first woman. Together with a short treatise vpon the commaundements.
Thomas, Lewis, b. 1567 or 8.
[London]: Printed by Valentine Sims, 1599.
|Alternate titles:||Seaven sermons Seaven sermons, or, the exercises of seven sabbaoths. Exercises of seven sabbaoths.|
By Lewis Thomas, whose name appears on A2r.
The last two leaves are blank.
Reproduction of a photostat of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Sermons, English -- 16th century.
To the right Worshipfull Richard Broughton Esquire, one of her Maiesties Iustices of Assise, for the Counties of Merioneth, Carnaruan, & Anglisea, and of her highnesse counsell, in the Marches of Wales, Lewis Tho∣mas wisheth continuall health, and perfect happinesse.
¶ These Texts of Scripture are handled in this Booke.
❧ The Prophet Dauids Arithmetike.
Christ his last Supper.
The first Argument.
The second Argument.
Christ Combating with Satan.
The Sea-mans Carde.
The Sinners Bath.
The forming of Eue.
A short Treatise vpon the Commaundements.